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Robin Schulz releases anticipated album "sugar"

on September 25, 2015 - 2:06pm

Globally adored deep-house producer Robin Schulz follows up the success of his single “Sugar” (feat. Francesco Yates) with the release of his sophomore album of the same name, featuring superstar collaborations such as Moby, Akon, Disciples, and many more, on September 25th via Tonspiel/Big Beat Records. The single “Sugar (Ft. Francesco Yates)” features 19-year-old Canadian singer Francesco Yates -- widely considered the next big popstar in the making and his soulful falsetto vocals are quickly gaining praise by superstars such as Pharrell Williams and Justin Bieber.

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The Knocks release new track

on September 25, 2015 - 12:00am

The Lower East Side’s finest purveyors of nu-disco THE KNOCKS return with a new single for “I Wish (Taylor Swift) (feat. Matthew Koma) out via Big Beat/Neon Gold Records. The wistful single features The Knocks’ signature production accompanied by Matthew Koma’s polished vocals, accentuated by some acoustic guitar flourishes, a taste of the duo’s forthcoming debut album. On the song, The Knocks profess their love for Taylor Swift, while waxing philosophical about Los Angeles summers and more. Head ove rHERE to watch the video teaser (who doesn’t want one of those jackets?!). The Knocks are

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Cash Cash x Tritonal

on May 18, 2015 - 12:00am

DJs are often defined by their guest vocalists: Avicii and Aloe Blacc, Zedd and Foxes, Calvin Harris and, well, almost everyone. But intra-EDM collaborations are becoming increasingly common. David Guetta and Afrojack's joint hit "Hey Mama" is nearing the top 10, and Skrillex and Diplo's supergroup, Jack U, is looking to be one of the biggest breakout acts of 2015.

Now, two of dance music's rising stars, Cash Cash and Tritonal, have joined forces on "Untouchable," a melodic, big room anthem that features James Abrahart, also known as J Hart, who guested on Paul Oakenfold's "Surrender" and

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hunter siegel

on March 12, 2013 - 12:00am

"Hunter Siegel makes a decent Edward Norton. Chronicling a dangerous romantic liaison set against a gritty Fight Club-esque backdrop, the Toronto artist's new music video for single "Let Me Love You Right" fits the track's stripped-down approach and features vocalist Kai's sultry croons

Siegel says he collaborated with director and long-time friend Evan Adamson in order to counter the "great lack of emotion" he sees in most dance music videos.

'The standard EDM video you might see is in a club with bottles, raging crowds, and pyro, and I wanted to fill that void as much with imagery as I try

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